Friday, January 11, 2019

Gardening. Who’s Who & What’s What: The Town & Country Garden Club in this City of Lake Worth.

Please Note: This coming Monday is the next meeting of the Town & Country Club of Lake Worth. This truly special club meets from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, 1416 North K Street.

Below is a Special Report published in The Lake Worth Herald about the meeting in December and please continue reading to learn more about this City’s truly authentic garden club which meets through April and sprouts up once again each October.

And it is worth noting the City’s annual Festival Season will begin soon. The Tree Festival is coming up on February 16th. That’s only thirty-six days away and two days after Valentine’s Day!

Please note the Town & Country Garden Club of Lake Worth actually meets in the City of Lake Worth and is a very unique club. This month other garden clubs in West Palm (sans a Beach) and meetings in Palm Springs will begin “popping up” as well.

So prior to considering a garden club outside this City and learning more about Who’s Who and What’s What in this unique place. . .

Learn more about the Town & Country Club. All that information in a Special Report.

Here is the news published in The Lake Worth Herald:

Town & Country Garden Club
December Event

By Erin Allen
Special to the Herald

The Town & Country Garden Club of Lake Worth opened its December meeting with a surprise visit from children enrolled in the preschool program of For The Children who delighted the members with their holiday singing. The December meeting always includes a plant exchange amongst members. Each year gifts are collected for residents at Crest Manor nursing facility and are hand delivered by the club members after the meeting. The gifts are passed out to residents and members sing Christmas carols to the residents. One resident told a member, “It was the best Christmas I ever had.”

The club takes several organized field trips throughout the season. One of the trips this year was an evening visiting the Mounts Botanical Gardens Festival of Lights.

It’s not too late to join. If you’d like to find out what the garden club is about, please be a guest at one of our meetings. There are still five meetings in the 2018–2019 season.

The next meeting will be held January 14, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 1416 North K Street, Lake Worth. Meetings include lunch and a guest speaker.

The Town & Country Garden Club of Lake Worth, is a non-profit whose mission is to promote an interest in gardens, their design and management, and to cooperate in the protection of wildflowers, birds, native trees and shrubs, to encourage civic planning and to fund and award scholarships, meets the second Monday of every month October through April. New members welcome. Annual dues are $30.

To find out more about Town & Country Garden Club of Lake Worth call Erin Allen at 561-312- 5929 or email: